|Department||Department of Complex and Intelligent Systems|
|Subjects in Charge||Differential Equations, Information Processing Practice 1, Control Theory, Robotics, Advanced Topics in Autonomous System 2(Graduate School)|
|Academic Background||Osaka University|
|Personal History||Sho'ji SUZUKI received the Ph.D from Tsukuba University in 1993. He was a Post-Doc. Researcher of LAAS/CNRS from April 1993 to September 1994, and The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research(RIKEN) from October 1994 to March 1995. He was a Research Assistant of Osaka University from 1995 April to 2000 March, Associate Professor of Future University Hakodate from 2000 April to 2016 March. Since 2016 April, he has been a Professor of Future University Hakodate.|
|Starting Time of Employment||1 April 2000|
I am interesiting in robotic technology which can proguress robots’ ability, especially in sensing system used for aquiring environmental information around the robot. Recently I am also interesting in applications of robots in society and adaptation of robotic technology to other research domain.
Attractive Factors of My Research
A robot is a result of implementation of a system integrated by mechanisms, sensing devices, computers, and software excuted in various level.
Award: The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers, Robotics and Mechatronics Division, Certificate of Merit for ROBOMECH Journal Best Paper, 2015.
Patent Application: IMAGE CAPTURING DEVICE AND IMAGE PRESENTATION SYSTEM, PCT/JP2011/006832, 2011.
Major Books and Papers
Sho'ji Suzuki, Ryoutarou Suda: A Vision System with Wide Field of View and Collision Alarms for Teleoperation of Mobile Robots, ROBOMECH Journal, Vol. 1, No. 8, Springer, 2014.
Suzuki, S. : A Vision System for Remote Control of Mobile Robot to Enlarge Field of View in Horizontal and Vertical, Proc. of the 2011 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics (ROBIO 2011), pp. 8-13, 2011.
S.Suzuki, T.Kato, M.Asada, and K.Hosoda: ``Behavior Learning for a Mobile Robot with Omnidirectional Vision
Enhanced by an Active Zoom Mechanism'', Intelligent Autonomous System 5(IAS-5), pp.242-249, June 1998.
S.Suzuki, Y.Arai, S.Kotosaka, H.Asama, H.Kaetsu, and I.Endo: '' Development of an Infrared Sensory System with Local Communication Facility for Collision Avoidance of Multiple Mobile Robots'', Journal of Robotics and Mechatronics, Vol.9, No.5, pp.354-361, 1997.
S.Yuta, S.Suzuki, and S.Iida: "Implementation of a small size experimental self-contained autonomous robot -sensors, vehicle control, and description of sensor based behavior", Experimental Robotics II (The 2nd International Symposium, Toulouse France, June 1991), Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences 190, Springer-Verlag, pp. 344-358, 1993.
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